Dwight and Gail

Dwight and Gail

Dwight joins up to help defend Gail and her army of prostitutes in Sin City.
Rating: Unrated
Nancy Callahan Picture

Nancy Callahan Picture

Jessica Alba as Nancy Callahan is looking good in this promotional shot for Sin City.
Rating: Unrated
The Man Picture

The Man Picture

Josh Hartnett is The Man in Sin City. No, we mean that's the name of his character.
Rating: Unrated
Yellow Bastard Bleeding

Yellow Bastard Bleeding

The Yellow Bastard bleeds yellow after his surgery. Oh and he smells.
Rating: Unrated
Hartigan behind bars

Hartigan behind bars

Hartigan is behind bars for stopping Roark Jr. from raping young Nancy. It didn't help he shot him in the balls and Roark Jr. is the son of a powerful senator.
Rating: Unrated
Becky Blue Eyes

Becky Blue Eyes

Becky 'Blue Eyes' is making a phone call to try to get out of the battle between the prostitutes and the mercenaries.
Rating: Unrated
Kevin eats people

Kevin eats people

Elijah Wood plays the incredibly creepy, Kevin. Kevin has very creepy eyes and likes to eat people.
Rating: Unrated
The Man kills people

The Man kills people

The Man in Sin City is hired to kill people. This character will be back for a much bigger part in Sin City 2 and 3.
Rating: Unrated
Hartigan and Bob

Hartigan and Bob

Hartigan stands alongside his partner Bob. Bob tries to talk him out of going after Roark Jr.
Rating: Unrated
Bob in Sin City

Bob in Sin City

Bob is Hartigan's former cop partner. Bob is played by Michael Madsen, a regular in Tarantino and Rodriguez films.
Rating: Unrated
Marv being executed

Marv being executed

Marv is being killed executed by an electric chair. It's going to take a lot of electricity to take this brute down.
Rating: Unrated
Roark Junior

Roark Junior

Roark Junior has just been shot in the ear by Hartigan. He's laying on the floor... will he survive?
Rating: Unrated

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